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Women in politics: The suits have given way to the prams

2021 has been a watershed year for Australian women. Early in the year, women marched in streets all over Australia demanding ‘enough is enough’. They demanded that the time was …

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Working class hero Myra Demetriou fought for her home and the history of the working class to stay in the heart of Sydney

I had to ask her then. I had to ask Tanya Plibersek, a senior member in the Australian Labor Party, what was it about talking about Myra Demetriou that made …

Life

Dip into this!

The old adage ‘sharing is caring’ couldn’t be more true of the way Greeks like to indulge in their mezze, especially their dips.

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Parking fines mar community event

Elderly in our community issued with parking fines after attending annual event and are forced to appeal.

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The art thief

Artist George Raftopoulos’ latest exhibition ‘Beaux Monde’ is making us all take a good hard look at ourselves, and what we know as true.

Life

The natural remedy

A psoriasis sufferer herself, Dr Irene Prantalos took her own personal healing remedy and gave it to the masses

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Art for life

A celebration of life through art is the inspiration behind local artist Frixos Ioannides’ exhibition which will raise funds for cancer research.

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Mightier than the sword

Greek Australians have used their stories of migration and identity to shape Australian literature, but what does the future hold for ethnic literature?

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Someone else’s story

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but Jim Kyriakidis’ images tell one story.

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The cloud hunter

After discovering a material that can ‘make clouds’, Dr Ioannis Michaloudis has done everything to bring this heavenly object into man-made spaces.

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